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Posted: Aug 17th 2010 11:15AM (Unverified) said

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always a good sign when you click on the games website link and get

"Reported Attack Page!

This web page at www.kufii.com has been reported as an attack page and has been blocked based on your security preferences."

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 11:17AM (Unverified) said

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Got the same message. Glad I'm not the only one.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 11:22AM Grumms said

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Whoa, looks pretty impressive!

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 11:34AM Whiney said

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If you are interested in RTS, action, and MMO gameplay, you might want to check out Soul Master.

I saw the open beta announcement here and tried it out, it plays that actiony RTS pretty well, despite the kiddy looking graphic.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 12:48PM Jade Effect said

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It seems like the player is able to control 3 characters and swap around the control. In that, this reminds me of Granado Espada (also known as Sword of the New World). Fond memories of gathering mobs with a puller, then using my ice mage to AoE bomb the mob cluster, good times, good times. With each character controlling a unit of troops, it also reminds me of the Koei Kessen series and its beat-them-up game mechanics.

I don't seem any mini-radar though. Certain parts of the trailer can look quite confusing without a mini-map to show the position of allies and enemies. Hope to see more of the game soon.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 1:01PM DevilSei said

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Well... least they were smart enough to hit the giant crab in its weak spot for massive damage.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 1:17PM Kaoss said

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Her breasts are breathing lol

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 2:01PM samkash said

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i, too, noticed this. i assume that realism is where the last 2 years of development have been solely used on
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Posted: Aug 17th 2010 2:03PM samkash said

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i will add that it seemed pretty cool, and the graphics were pretty sharp but... everything was either dull copper, or shiney copper in color. i was having a really hard time following the action and the character because it all just kept blending together

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 3:48PM wcdregon said

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I'm having a a hard time wrapping my mind around the group play components, as you level do you increase in rank and control more troops? from the trailer it looks like 1 person is controlling the whole battlefield. my interest is piqued, but I need more details

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 5:25PM (Unverified) said

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I have a bad feeling about this game, for some reason.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 6:09PM (Unverified) said

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I played one of the Kingdom Under Fire games that was surprisingly engaging and well done (the Crusaders). It was a very interesting mix of action game, RPG, and RTS, with fairly decent controls on the counsel. The way it worked was you had your main hero character who was the leader of a specific unit of troops. Then you also had other units of varying types you could command and move around on the map, like pikeman, infantry, calvary, archers, seige equipment, etc. When your main unit engaged an enemy unit you switched into an action oriented hack-and-slash type game where you could personally take-on killing the enemy units and also had special abilities/magic to use. However, at any time you could command the other units on the map - either by switching your camera to them or by pulling up a small overhead map in the corner and directing them to a position on that map. You could also issue a small range of specific orders, like ordering them to charge or to change formation, depending on the situation. As you advanced through the game, you earned experience and gold which you could use to increase your hero's special abilities, upgrade your units, and purchase new units. However, the game was broken down into maps and each map limited how many units you could bring into the engagement. I doubt the "MMO" elements will be particularly massive, probably be more analogous to a multiplayer RTS game, except with persistent RPG elements.

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